: Ukraine intel reports more Russian military equipment in Donbas

14:30 Aug. 20, 2016

Ukraine intel reports more Russian military equipment in Donbas

Soldiers launch the Krasukha 4 ground-based electronic warfare system during the tactical training of electronic warfare divisions at Sverdlovsky range, near Yekaterinburg. (Getty Images)

Train carriages with ammunition, fuel and armoured vehicles said to be delivered to Ukrainian towns

The Ukrainian intelligence has reported further facts of Russia's supplying Donbas separatist forces with military equipment, ammunitions, and fuel materials.

That'a according to the Main Directorate of Intelligence at Ukraine's defence ministry.

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According to the agency's Facebook post, 11 tank wagons with fuel had arrived to the town of Rovenky, three train carriages with ammunitions and military supplies have been delivered to the town of Dovzhansk.

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Ukrainian intelligence has also reported four tank wagons with fuel have arrived to the town of Ilovaysk as well as two carriages with ammunitions, three train platforms with military equipment including two self-propelled artillery weapons, three armoured vehicles and one Grad rocket launcher.

According to the report, around 160 Russian servicemen have been deployed to Makiyivka to replenish the military personnel.

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